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Mr.Robbo
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• 12/20/2013

My Plans for Galactic Crucibles

With the current changes taking place in GC (most of which I support enthusiastically), I've decided to stop being so sluggish recently and get more into the position I was in a few months ago, when I was contributing a good few paragraphs every week, didn't leave whole projects sitting around for weeks on end and actually knew what I was doing with all my stuff. I've decided to throw my plans up here so that people can give their opinions, because some of the changes might be thought of as a bit drastic;

For a start, I'll probably get rid of the CIC, Free Co-operative Zone and Qʼanglʼamʻryyşʼan; not only are they too extravagent for their own good, but all of them have pretty much stagnated. This is understandable, as they were all made during a very boring multi-month gap I had between secondary school and sixth form, in which I went slightly overboard on new GC projects. These will do no good sitting around as bunches of half-made articles with little affect on any other civilizations. Of course, I could just re-invent them, but even then I would find it a lot easier just to re-make them from scratch (something I'm not going to do).

My most recent creation has been the Khoikapek. They represent a much more humble ideal I have for an interstellar setting; to make them more viable, I placed them in a dwarf galaxy with special rules imaginatively named Anon 0043+37. Many of the changes taking place in GC match very closely with my ideal for the Khoikapek; as such I'm already in the process of scrapping Anon 0043+37 and placing the Khoikapek in the Andromeda Galaxy, where there's more action.

Finally, I come to my main project. My very first creation on the wiki, which I have neglected for many a month, will be reborn! 'Zambarau Concord 2.0' will share distinctive themes with the original (defunct) Zambarau Concord, such as being ruled by a race of sapient purple foliage, but will still be unique in its own way. Not least, it will include less frivolously detailed information pages, capitalise more on setting, and hopefully be more involved with other civilizations.

Alas, the only question left unanswered is; what to do with the pages of the original Zambarau Concord?

Well, that's the grand plan. Any input, comments, questions or advice would be welcome.

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Mr.Robbo
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• 12/22/2013

These were some good articles with lots of information, but if you say so. As requested, the deletion wave over the marked articles has passed. If you change your mind later, these articles can be brought back at any time.

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• 12/22/2013

Thanks. I haven't taken any notice of those articles for months, so they were basically forgotten to me anyway. Almost all of them were incomplete or had serious flaws in them. I'm not the kind of person to hang onto things that I don't need. 

Anyway, I've decided I'm keeping everything to do with my beloved Zambarau Concord, though it will still be defunct due to the Chaos Crisis (they never even made contact with outside civilisation, so it's not hard to imagine that they would be taken completely off-guard). The 'Zambarau Concord 2.0' (from now on the Zambaraupya Concord) will have stemmed from a planet colonised by an ancient slower-than-light starship secretly launched by the Zambarau many centuries ago (under the cloak of the Obsolescence Wars).

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